Commonly used methods
Method 1: Start at corners and under bucks, then fill in for first lift of 2-4 feet. Continue around in lifts of 2-4 feet until done
Method 2: Same, but do full height in one long, slow lift
Jean-Marc Bouvier- J-M Bouvier Carpentry
The method that I've found that works best for me is, I start the pour near a corner ( approx. 8' ) and bringing the first lift to 4', I try to " roll" the concrete in the wall from this point on for the first pass. Subsequent lifts are at 2'. Depending on the angle of the corners, I fill them by working both sides at once. I try not to pour directly down corners or T's. I find the "rolling " of the concrete is easy on the wall and reduces your inherent risks.